Voices of the Region: Take Control of Your Job Search! 10 Emotions You Must Master to Land the Job
Join us as we learn from the best voices in the region and inspire a greater St. Louis in our Voices of the Region speaker series.
Join Lauren Herring, CEO of IMPACT Group and internationally recognized career development expert, to celebrate and learn from her new book, Take Control of Your Job Search! 10 Emotions You Must Master to Land the Job. Learn to identify, confront, and conquer the 10 emotions that are preventing you and your loved ones from landing that DREAM JOB including emotions of loss, emotions that paralyze, fear and anxiety, and ego and overconfidence. Lauren will address best practices for helping your loved ones – spouses, children, grandchildren, friends, etc. – through a job search too. So there is something for everyone, even if you’re not looking for a job!
Lauren’s book was published on July 14, 2020 and is now available for purchase. Through case studies, real-life examples, and the collective wisdom of hundreds of career coaches, you’ll have a step-by-step guide to ensure you are in control. And this method is proven! IMPACT Group has worked with hundreds of thousands of job seekers helping them to land jobs in half the time of the US national average.
Date: August 21, 2020
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Lauren Herring, CEO, IMPACT Group
Lauren Herring is the CEO of IMPACT Group, a WBE-certified global career coaching firm specializing in relocation, outplacement, and leadership development solutions. Lauren has guided the organization to be a leader in career development and transition solutions. She is passionate about empowering women and organizations to understand the true value of diversity in leadership.
Lauren is an internationally recognized speaker on the topic of career development and global mobility, has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal and Forbes Magazine, and has published in HR Executive and GlobalHR Magazine. Her personal mission is to make a positive impact, one relationship at a time. This drive guides her as she serves on the board for the St. Louis Regional Chamber, COCA (the Center of Creative Arts), Boy Scouts of Greater St. Louis, and Connections to Success. She also serves on Washington University’s Steering Committee and Women’s Leadership Forum.